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Bridgeway Behavioral Health

Choosing a behavioral healthcare provider is a very personal and important decision. Clients who come to Bridgeway at Lake Region Healthcare (LRH) find hope, understanding and improved health as they face illnesses like anxiety, depression or other related mental health disorders.

Bridgeway Care at LRH is here to provide uncomplicated access to comprehensive mental health services. Bridgeway has been in operation since 1988, giving you the experience you can count on in your time of need.

Our admissions are 100% voluntary and we partner with patients and their families to ensure a personalized and positive experience. You'll find our 14-bed facility is safe and peaceful, offering private rooms along with plenty of opportunities to interact through a shared kitchen, living room and community room.

Treatment at Bridgeway is "high-touch" medicine that focuses on the person as an individual. Building trust, education about an individual's illnesses and promoting a quick return to a regular living environment are key factors to successful treatment. The average length of stay at Bridgeway varies from three to ten days, depending on patient needs and stabilization of their mental health.

Bridgeway provides specialized care for:

  • Adolescents (14 years of age or older).
  • Adults.
  • Senior citizens.

With such a limited number of inpatient mental health facilities in our area, LRH is proud to offer high-quality, holistic care that can benefit both the mind and body.

Treatment may include:

  • Physical exam.
  • Mental health assessments.
  • Social history.
  • Individual therapy.
  • Group therapy.
  • Family therapy.
  • Medication.
  • Education.
  • Occupational therapy.
  • Daily structure.

Our staff of experienced mental healthcare professionals works as a team with three goals in mind—to improve the health and quality of life of our patients, emphasize abilities rather than disabilities, and promote independence.

Bridgeway Care Unit can be contacted 24 hours a day for free information or guidance.

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